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A weekly programme of recent records
Symphony No. 33. in B flat major
(K.319) (Mozart)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
8.24* Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Falla)
MARGRIT Weber (piano) BAVARIAN RADIO
SYMPHONY Orchestra
Conducted by RAFAEL KURELIK
8.47* Symphonic Rhapsody: Mal-
Dun (Ireland)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
Stereophonic broadcast : see p. 12

Contributors

Conducted By:
Herbert von Karajan
Conducted By:
Rafael Kurelik
Conducted By:
Sir Adrian Boult

HEATHER HARPER (soprano)
CHARLES BRETT (counter-tenor) KENNETH BOWEN (tenor)
CHRISTOPHER KEYTE (baritone)
MARTINDALE SIDWELL CHOIR
Obbligati:
Neil Black (oboe and Tess Miller (oboe d'amore) Celia Nicklin (oboe)
Peter Kaldor (trumpet)
Continuo:
John Morehen (organ)
Barbara Hill (harpsichord) Patrick Milne (bassoon) Joanna Milholland (cello)
PHILOMUSICA OF LONDON Leader, Carl Pini Conducted by MARTINDALE SIDWELL
Cantata No. 24: Ein ungefarbt
Gemiite
9.23* Cantata No. 138: Warum betrubst du dich, mein Herz
9.44* Cantata No. 137: Lobe den
Herren, den machtigen Konig der Ehren*

Contributors

Soprano:
Heather Harper
Tenor:
Kenneth Bowen
Baritone:
Christopher Keyte
Oboe:
Neil Black
Oboe:
Tess Miller
Oboe:
Celia Nicklin
Oboe:
Peter Kaldor
Unknown:
John Morehen
Bassoon:
Patrick Milne
Cello:
Joanna Milholland
Leader:
Carl Pini
Conducted By:
Martindale Sidwell

A request programme of gramophone records
Prelude and Fugue in E flat major
(St. Anne) (Bach)
HELMUT WALCHA
Organ of St. Laurens Church. Alkmaar
10.21* Hymn to St. Peter: 0 beatae viae (Monteverdi)
THERESE HAIM (soprano) GLADYS FELIX (contralto)
MARIE-CLAIRE ALAIN (organ)
NEW BACH SOCIETY Orchestra Conducted by EMILE MARTIN
10.29* Sonata No. 1, in G major
(Elgar)
HERBERT SUMSION
Organ of Gloucester Cathedral

Contributors

Contralto:
Gladys Felix
Conducted By:
Emile Martin

A weekly review edited by ANNA INSTONE and JULIAN HERBAGE
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE
Verdi and Schiller by MARTIN COOPER
Musical Profile: John Carol Case, by CHARLES OSBORNE
Two Composers on Music: book review by ROBERT HENDERSON
Music Diary for the Summer by WILLIAM MANN

Contributors

Edited By:
Anna Instone
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage
Unknown:
Martin Cooper
Unknown:
John Carol
Unknown:
Charles Osborne
Review By:
Robert Henderson
Unknown:
William Mann

A comedy in one act
Words and music by Donizetti
English version by CHRISTOPHER HASSALL
BBC NORTHERN SINGERS
Chorus-Master, Stephen Wilkinson
BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Produced by LIONEL SALTER
The scene is the reception room adjoining Don Annibale 's dispensary in a suburb of Naples
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Hassall
Chorus-Master:
Stephen Wilkinson
Leader:
Reginald Stead
Conducted By:
Stanford Robinson
Produced By:
Lionel Salter
Unknown:
Don Annibale

Edna Bennett (soprano)
John Carol Case (baritone)
Marisa Robles (harp)
Festival Chorus
Chorus-Master. Eric Saunders
Hirsch Chamber Players Led by Maurice Clare
Conductor, Leonard Hirsch from the Parish Church of St. Lawrence, Stroud
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano:
Edna Bennett
Baritone:
John Carol Case
Harp:
Marisa Robles
Conductor:
Maurice Clare
Conductor:
Leonard Hirsch

Quintet in F minor
JASCHA HEIFETZ (violin) ISRAEL BAKER (violin)
WILLIAM PRIMROSE (viola)
GREGOR PIATIGORSKY (cello) LEONARD PENNARIO (piano) on a gramophone record
Stereophonic broadcast: see p. 12

Contributors

Violin:
Jascha Heifetz
Violin:
Israel Baker
Cello:
Gregor Piatigorsky
Piano:
Leonard Pennario

A series of eight broadcasts
7: Progress at the United Nations
A talk by H. G. NICHOLAS ,
Fellow of New College, Oxford
Have there been long-term benefits for world peace arising out of the Suez crisis? Mr. Nicholas explains how the events of 1956 provoked a period of forced growth at the United Nations, acting as the stimulus to the expansion of the power of the Secretary-General and to the idea of a United Nations Peace Force -which has played a vital role in subsequent periods of crisis.
Introduced by PETER CALVOCORESSI
Second broadcast
Final disctission-International Judgment: October 31

Contributors

Talk By:
H. G. Nicholas
Introduced By:
Peter Calvocoressi

Opera Seria with Intermezzo in one act based on The Bacchae of Euripides by W.H. Auden and Chester Kallmann
Music by Hans Werner Henze
Sung in German
First broadcast in this country
Cast in order of singing:
IN THE OPERA:
Bassarids, citizens of Thebes, soldiers of the guard, servants
IN THE INTERMEZZO:
Chorus of the Vienna State Opera, Chorus-Master, Walter Hagen-Groll
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Conducted by Christoph von Dohnanyi
Produced by Gustav Rudolf Sellner
The action takes place in the court-yard of the royal palace of Thebes and on Mount Cytheron
Recording from the Salzburg Festival, 1966, made available by

Contributors

Unknown:
W. H. Auden
Unknown:
Chester Kallmann
Music By:
Hans Werner Henze
Chorus-Master:
Walter Hagen-Groll Vienna
Conducted By:
Christoph von Dohnanyi
Unknown:
Rudolf Sellner

by Tobias Smollett adapted for radio and produced by HALLAM TENNYSON with Norman Shelley John Graham and Peter Claughton
Cast in order of speaking: with music taken from a record of the eight
Symphonies of William Boyce played by I SOLISTI DI ZAGREB
Second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.30'-9.40*)
A record of Leclair's
Trio-Sonata in D major played by MAXENCE LARRIEU (flute) BERNARD FONTENY (cello) and ANNE-MARIE BECKENSTEINER (harpsichord)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tobias Smollett
Produced By:
Hallam Tennyson
Unknown:
Norman Shelley
Unknown:
John Graham
Unknown:
Peter Claughton
Unknown:
William Boyce
Unknown:
Solisti Di Zagreb
Flute:
Maxence Larrieu
Squire Bramble:
Norman Shelley
Tabitha Bramble:
Vivienne Chatterton
Winifred Jenkins:
Elizabeth Morgan
Jeremy Melford:
John Graham
Lydia Melford:
Lucy Vernon
Humphry Clinker:
Kevin McHugh
The Duke of Newcastle:
Hector Ross
Lieutenant Lismahago:
Peter Claughton
Charles Dennison:
Carleton Hobbs

by FRANK HARRISON
In the first of two talks Frank Harrison discusses the changing conventions and attitudes which underlay musical activity in Europe between 1100 and 1300. His musical illustrations are drawn from medieval and contemporary folk sources.
Second broadcast
Second talk: Tuesday at 10.35 followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Harrison
Unknown:
Frank Harrison

Network Three

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